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GMarks – Calling For Translators!
XDA forum member tomstrummer calling out for community support to help translate the free app, GMarks for Android.
The Google Bookmarks for Android app is free and open-source and is 100% Ad-free. It enables you to sync, backup and import browser bookmarks to Google Bookmarks. Other features of the app include a live folder for any bookmark label, background sync, and global search integration.
Currently, the XDA member has offers or completed translations for Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Danish, Polish, Turkish, Serbian, French, Greek, German, Hebrew, Catalan, Swedish, Lithuanian and Slovak.
If you feel you have something to offer, head on over to the forum thread to offer your services or check out GMarks in the Market.
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